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February 7, 2008

Why Does Kleenex Use Old-Growth?

-- by Dave Johnson

Kleenex is made from old growth trees! Why doesn't Kimberly-Clark switch to sustainable logging, instead of clear-cutting down old-growth trees to make their products?

We all need to move them to change. Go see: Kleercut.Net | Kimberly-Clark and Kleenex are wiping away ancient forests and the "How you can help"items in the right column.

Watch this video:

Posted by Dave Johnson at February 7, 2008 11:56 AM

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